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Jay Jung Jae LEE

Dr Jay Lee is currently a Research Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing, The University of Hong Kong. Dr Lee is a registered nurse in both South Korea and New York, USA. He started his early career as a nurse in Samsung Medical Centre, South Korea, and in his five years there, he was inspired to develop his passion and research interest in nursing studies. He went on to pursue his Masters and PhD in Nursing Studies at the University of Edinburgh’s School of Health and Social Sciences from 2010 to 2016. Dr Lee focused on qualitative and mixed method research strategies in the research topics of nursing education, particularly clinical placement education and simulation-based learning, cognitive informatics in nursing fields, and socio-cultural factors in nursing education.

Funding Scheme Project Title Approved Amount (HK$)
Seed Fund for Basic Research, HKU Indoor air quality in waterpipe establishments in Hong Kong 149,836
  1. Stroke specialist nurse
  2. Stroke ward staff nurse
  1. nursing education particularly clinical placement education and simulation-based learning
  2. cognitive informatics in nursing fields
  3. socio-cultural factors in nursing education
  1. Lee JJ, Jeong HC, Kang KH, Kim YJ, Lee MN (2015) Development of a Simulation Scenario and Evaluation Checklist for patient with Asthma in Emergency Care. Computers, Informatics, Nursing 33(12): pp 546-554
  2. Jang HM, Lee JJ , Kim SJ, Lee MJ, Ryoo SY, Yoon CH, Kim GM, Chung CS, Lee KH and Bang OY (2015) Comparison of enoxaparin and warfarin for secondary prevention of cancer-associated stroke. Journal of Oncology 2015(Article ID 502089)
  3. Lee JJ and Clarke C (2015) Nursing students’ attitudes towards information communication technology: An exploratory and confirmatory factor analytic approach. Journal of Advanced Nursing 71(5):pp. 1181-1193
  4. Kim JP, Kim SJ, Lee JJ, Cha JH, Bang OY, Chung CS, Lee KH and Kim GM (2015) Diffusion-Perfusion Mismatch in Single Subcortical Infarction: A Predictor for Early Neurological Deterioration and Poor Functional Outcome. European Neurology 73(5-6): pp 353-359
  5. Kim YH, Kang KA, Lee MN, Kim YK, KIM YJ, Lee JJ and Jeong HC (2015) Effect of simulation practice for nursing students on problem solving abilities. Journal of the Korea Contents Association 15(1): pp. 495-505